Convictions in 2012 Rape Of Girl, 12, and Murder Of Brother, 6, In Camden, NJProsecutors say Osvaldo Rivera broke into a Camden home in 2012, where he raped a 12-year-old and murdered her younger brother.
Orthopedic Boot Left At 2012 Murder Scene Leads To Charges For Camden ManA Camden man was arrested for a 2012 murder solved by an unusual piece of evidence found at the scene.
Police In Camden County Renewing Efforts To Find Out Who Killed Mother Of 3Twenty-nine-year-old Jacqueline Flowers, of Cinnaminson, was shot multiple times on the 400 block of Spruce Street in Camden back on June 16, 2012.
U.S. Marshals Arrest Suspect In Mexico For Murder Of Pa. MotherAuthorities in northeastern Pennsylvania say a suspect in the strangulation death of a woman in 2012 has been apprehended in Mexico by agents with the U.S. Marshals Service.
Social Security Administration Releases Annual List Of Most Popular Baby NamesResults for both Pennsylvania and New Jersey were fairly consistent with the national list of the most popular names.
Gov. Christie Again Named To Time Magazine's '100 Most Influential People'The magazine released its annual list Thursday. Christie also made the list in 2011.
2012 Traffic Down, Revenues Up For Major Toll Roads In New JerseyTraffic was down in 2012 on New Jersey's two major toll roads, but revenues were up.
Delaware Confirms First Flu Fatality Of 2012-13 SeasonThe victim is a reportedly a two-month-old baby from New Castle County.
Numbers Show Prison Population Decreasing In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania’s once-skyrocketing prison population is now heading in the other direction.
2012 Warmest Year On Record For New JerseyState climatologists say the average temperature was around 55.9 degrees, the highest since record keeping began in 1895 and nearly 4 degrees above normal.
Mixed Reviews On Whether Looming Fiscal Cliff Is Harming Local BusinessesIt's a pretty picture of holiday cheer, thanks to decorations in Collingswood. But with the fiscal cliff looming, is the financial picture for businesses pretty, too?
Opinion: Republicans Finally Admitting To Voter Suppression EffortsIt is not news when Republicans try to block access to the ballot box for poor, minority and elderly voters. What is unusual is that Republicans are admitting it.

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